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Take control
of your links

Linkfire is a simple tool that allows you to customize links and redirect users to different destinations.

It gives you control.

Start now - it's free!
Linkfire is a free tool. No downloads or installations needed.

Some of our features

Simple and easy URL shortening

URL Shortening

Take any long and messy link and convert it into a short and simple vanity URL.

Set up your own custom domain

Custom Domains

Add your own domain to maintain brand identity and improve click-through rates.

Optimize links and make them relevant

Optimize

Make your links relevant and beautiful to increase shareability.

Gain control of your links

Gain Control

Easy overview of all your links. Edit and update them on the fly.

Understand clicks, shares and other link insights

Insights

Understand clicks, shares and other metrics that matters.

Organize links with team members

Teamwork

Work smarter. Organize your links with team members.

... and a lot more

What People are saying

Harry Hugo

"We have used Linkfire since its launch and have found its functionality, aesthetics and support of an exceptionally high standard."

Anders Fink

"We use Linkfire to customise and keep track of all our marketing campaigns. We especially like the brand transparency in our social media posts."

Tine Thygesen

"We have worked with Linkfire for some time now and are delighted with the beautiful, straightforward interface that lets our team create and edit links with great ease."

Jonas Hansen

"Linkfire makes working with links a social activity, which helps our community management team to review, align and appreciate each others work."